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  • Private picture of Mark Zuckerberg's family leaked

    Even Mark Zuckerberg's family can get tripped up by Facebook's privacy settings.


  • Review: Making Facebook a warmer, smaller space

    A woman I haven't spoken to in six years is pregnant with her second son. Another college acquaintance reads the Bible a lot. A high school classmate likes to rant about politics. A college dormmate thinks he works too much.


  • Private picture of Mark Zuckerberg's family leaked

    Even Mark Zuckerberg's family can get tripped up by Facebook's privacy settings.


  • Developments in photo-sharing service Instagram

    This week, Instagram announced new policies to reflect its growth and new ownership. Some of the changes regarding how members' photos may be used in ads sparked complaints on Twitter and elsewhere. Here's a look at key developments in Instagram's service.


  • ** FILE ** Instagram is demonstrated on an iPhone on Monday, April 9, 2012, in New York. (AP Photo/Karly Domb Sadof)

    Instagram says users' photos won't appear in ads

    Instagram, the popular mobile photo-sharing service now owned by Facebook, said Tuesday that it will remove language from its new terms of service suggesting that users' photos could appear in advertisements.


  • Instagram users fear photos could turn into ads

    Instagram, the popular mobile photo-sharing service now owned by Facebook, is the target of a storm of outrage, much of it on social media, after changes in its user agreement give it broader rights to use its members' photos in advertisements.


  • Instagram says users' photos won't appear in ads

    Instagram, the popular mobile photo-sharing service now owned by Facebook, said Tuesday that it will remove language from its new terms of service suggesting that users' photos could appear in advertisements.


  • Opaque Instagram ad policy change riles users

    Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service that Facebook bought this year, is the target of a storm of outrage on Twitter and other sites after a change in its user agreement hinted that it might use shared photos in ads.


  • Mass. fines Morgan Stanley $5M over Facebook IPO

    Morgan Stanley, the lead underwriter for Facebook's troubled public stock offering, has agreed to pay $5 million to Massachusetts' securities regulators after they accused it of disclosing a revenue shortfall only to certain analysts and not the general public.


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